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ARC300H0 Summer Studio Abroad

An intense travel program led by an instructor to allow advanced students to spend time in a foreign locale, conducting fieldwork, experiencing local design programming, and connecting with professionals.

1.0 FCE at the 200-level in ARC courses and permission of instructor

This course is restricted to students in all streams of the Specialist in Architectural Studies

ARC300Y0 Summer Studio Abroad

An intense travel program led by an instructor to allow advanced students to spend time in a foreign locale, conducting fieldwork, experiencing local design programming, and connecting with professionals.

1.0 FCE at the 200-level in ARC courses and permission of instructor

This course is restricted to students in all streams of the Specialist in Architectural Studies

ARC302H1 Exploring Design Practices

An introduction to the practice of architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, and visual art through a series of case studies and guest lectures. These classes will be integrated with the lecture series to provide opportunities for students to engage with leading practitioners in design and art.

JAV152H1

This course is restricted to Daniels Faculty students

ARC331Y0 Studies in International Architecture

For students in the International Summer Program. Documentation and analysis of architecture and urbanism in the city where the programme is based. Topics may include building types, urban morphology and development, public spaces, urban precincts, and ways of life supported by them. Cities may vary each year.

ARC351H1 Global Modernisms

An examination of the question of architectural modernism across the globe from the beginnings of colonialism up to the present moment. Themes relating to claims of universal validity, the transfer of professional knowledge, and political, social, and spatial contestations are examined through case studies.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC352H1 History of Architectural Knowledge

An exploration of the ways in which architecture has made claims to knowledge through various means textual and non-textual since the early modern period.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC353H1 Architecture and Media

An exploration of the historical relationship between design and media.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC354H1 History of Housing

An exploration of the question of housing since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC355H1 History of Urbanism

A consideration of urbanism through an examination of physical, social, economic, and political factors that have shaped cities and regions from the early modern period up to the present.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty

ARC356H1 Design History of Landscape Architecture

An opportunity to build a historical and theoretical vocabulary for the designed environment. This course will include case studies at multiple scales, focusing on North American examples from the relatively recent past.

ARC251H1/ ARC252H1/ ARC253H1/1.0 FCE in ARC 200+ level lecture courses

This course is open to Daniels Faculty students and to students outside of the Faculty